Li P’tit Prince — in Wallon language.

Walloon is a Romance language that is spoken in much of Wallonia in Belgium and in some areas of northern France. It belongs to the langue d’oïl language family, the most prominent member of which is the French language. The historical background of its formation was the territorial extension since 980 of the Principality of Liège to the south and west.

Linguists had long classified Walloon as a dialect of French, which in turn is a langue d’oïl. Like French, it descended from Vulgar Latin. But, since French-speaking people could not understand Walloon easily, especially in its eastern forms, it is arguable that Walloon is actually a language.